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Non-Traditional Trade Marks
Non-Traditional Trade Marks

A trade mark is defined in section 17 of the Trade Marks Act 1995 as a “sign used, or intended to be used, to distinguish goods or services dealt with or provided in the course of trade by a ...

Barry Meskin
Patent Monopoly & the Price to be Paid
Patent Monopoly & the Price to be Paid

Your bond with the public A patent can be thought of as an agreement between the inventor (or their successors) and the government, whereby the inventor makes a full disclosure of new and ...

Mike Biagio
ESIC – Make startups more investible
ESIC – Make startups more investible

Running a startup is a tough job where the founders not only develop cutting edge technologies, but also have to look after the financial aspects of their startup. Although I am not a finance or ...

Dr. Qi Zhang
What is your IP Strategy?
What is your IP Strategy?

Your business' intellectual property is as important as your tangible assets. These days, staying ahead of the competition also means planning your IP strategy well....

Paula Natasha Chavez